This article was posted on 21 December 2018
Stud fixed signs (otherwise known as 3D lettering or flat cut lettering) are forms of signage made by cutting material to specific shapes and sizes. This type of signage allows for individual letters, numbers and logos to be generated as stand-alone items as opposed to appearing on a sheet of material. This allows for the shapes to form a type of 3D shape as opposed to a flat rendered element.
This type of signage is a great way of transforming a blank wall or brick worked area into a signboard to display your business name, identity and contact information, making your brand noticeable. The impact that these types of signs bring to your business is invaluable. They have a certain type of dynamics that any other type of sign just doesn’t have. With the options of them being interior or exterior, flush to the wall or raised, with various material choices, they are incredibly versatile and hard wearing. Using the latest in CNC cutting technology, intricate patterns and designs can be turned into a reality.
With a busy marketplace and every business competing for custom, flat cut letter signs help businesses stand out from the crowd. They have a certain quality that other signs just don’t have. This type of signage enables identities to be scaled to fill large spaces and as such are non-obtrusive and surprisingly economical a less material is required.
They can also be paired with tray signs or simple vinyls to add layer and depth to your brand and message, the options are endless. If you are looking for a form of signage that will deliver impact for your business then look no further than stud fixed signs from CIM Signs & Graphics.
Why not contact us today to see how we can transform your internal and external signage from drab and dreary to branded and beautiful or if you don’t currently have any, the best way to advertise your business and services using stud fixed signs. Contact us today on 01603 722 399 or email us at email@example.com to discuss your requirements and organise a site visit.